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  • Response of bird predators for female wood tiger moth chemical defences 

    Burdfield-Steel, Emily; Brain, Morgan; Rojas, Bibiana; Mappes, Johanna (University of Jyväskylä; contact details: Open Science Centre, jyx@jyu.fi, 2018)
    Multiple behavioural responses of blue tit predators to the defence fluids of wood tiger moth (Arctia plantaginis) females that were either food deprived or fed ad libitum during development.
  • M14_Microfluidics_for_CNT 

    Borovsky, Jan (University of Jyväskylä, 2018)
    The CNT dispersion with low SDBS content allows stable droplet formation but leads to fast formation of CNT plugs in the hydrophobic channels. The selective channel surface treatment allows long-term stable functionality ...
  • M13_Microfluidics_for_CNT 

    Borovsky, Jan (University of Jyväskylä, 2018)
    Compared to pure water, the CNT dispersion has much lower interfacial tension at the dispersion – glass interface due to the presence of SDBS surfactant. Since the behavior of microfluidic system in the confined regime is ...
  • M12_Microfluidics_for_CNT 

    Borovsky, Jan (University of Jyväskylä, 2018)
    The droplets exchanging in the trap causes visible scattering of the laser beam focused on the droplet. The obvious change of laser light intensity can be used for detection of droplet exchange.
  • M11_Microfluidics_for_CNT 

    Borovsky, Jan (University of Jyväskylä, 2018)
    The subtle solubility of water in n-decane causes leaking of the droplet content. If the n-decane flows by static droplets, it carries the water slowly away up to the total disappearance of the droplets.

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